Cee’s-FOTD-Challenge-0101-2019

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My first post for FOTD.

Not sure how often but will try.

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From Ketchikan

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Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-18July22

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Odd Ball

2018

July 22

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My first Odd Ball post for a while.

As we alighted our cable car on Whistler Mountain…
this caught my eye.

Even it June it was useful and I suspect

it would be in  high demand during winter.

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Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-18July22

odd-ball

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 odd_0509

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-People-at-Work

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Our gondola ride in Venice…provided several shots of people at work…

albeit in the same industry.

 Finally, a glass blower at work.

Also in Venice.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Free-and-Easy

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The advent of social media has made many people

wary of photographers who wish to take a photo of them. 

At least, those are my thoughts.

So I tend to focus on those subjects whose consent…

is not required for internet posts.

This makes these subjects extremely…

 free and easy to post.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Happy

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I didn’t even need to leave the house

for today’s contribution.

 I could not think of anything more

contented or happy than Candi

eating her Easter Monday afternoon snack.

 

The dogs help themselves to apples, pears

whatever fruit is in season.

She just has not mastered the art

of chewing with her mouth closed…

but, boy it tasted good.

If photos are not quite sharp

it maybe because they were

taken through our kitchen window.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Alone

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Alone

Not sure if my images fit ‘alone’ or ‘a lone’…

Early morning at Corio Bay

This lone fisher man was certainly alone.

 Sighting a tree, either dead…

or alive was something rare as we travelled the

north-eastern reaches of the Kalahari Desert.

A few days later, in the Okavango Delta

we sighted this lone leopard which was

kind enough to pose for some photos.

A couple more from home.

Monday this week I decided to go for a drive

to see what I could see…and take a few photos.

I found single eucalypts scattered throughout

paddocks as is usual around here.

And a few weeks ago I discovered

this stick insect, I think,

clinging to the rear bumper of my car.

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